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It's against the law to treat people unfairly because of disability. Information about discrimination laws in South Australia, Australia and other countries is provided by the Equal Opportunity Commission.A guide to the law and rights of people with disability is provided by the Australian Human Rights Commission - this guide includes information about:
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For questions or more information about anti-discrimination laws and disability rights contact the Equal Opportunity Commission of South Australia.
See the making complaints page if you:
Other websitesConvention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities - United Nations EnableDisability rights - Australian Human Rights CommissionDisability standards for education - Attorney-General's Department Get access to government documents - State Records of South AustraliaDownloads Disability Services - important information for our clients, including privacy and complaints Legislation Disability Discrimination Act 1992Freedom of Information Act Plain language guide to the Disability Discrimination Act 1992 - Australian Human Rights Commission
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